Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI — The 5th International Precision Engineering, Machine Tools and Metalworking Exhibition & Conference featuring the latest technologies and equipment will be organised in Hà Nội on October 11-13.
More than 190 exhibitors from 19 nations and territories, including several newcomers, will display their products and services. It is expected to attract some 5,000 visitors.
Taking place at the Hà Nội International Centre of Exhibition (ICE), the show will be the largest and most diverse edition in its long history, with exhibits covering the entire manufacturing value chain, spread over 4,500sq.m of exhibition space.
The event will see the participation of many international firms and showcase technology solutions that will be introduced for the first time in Việt Nam. These include Big Daishowa, Beijing Jingdiao, Carl Zeiss and Dine, as well as Doosan Infracore, Fischer Instrumentation, Makino and Marposs, along with Mitsubishi Electric, Mitutoyo, Nikon and NT Tool, in addition to Optical Gaging, Renishaw, Sandvik, Sodick and Sumitomo.
Representatives from Việt Nam will be also a highlight at this year’s event, with prestigious brand names such as Cybertech, Tinh Hà, Bibus, Vạn Sự Lợi and CAD/CAM showcasing modern products and solutions specifically designed for the local market.
The exhibition will focus on new products and hands-on experience in metal-forming, laser cutting and machining tools; CNC lathes; milling machines and electric discharge machines; as well as metrology and test equipment; laser systems; and other machine parts.
“After over a decade of being part of Việt Nam’s mechanic sector, we realised that the market’s scale in the northern region was half of the southern region. However, this is an open and rich potential market for development. This is the reason we are bringing the exhibition to Hà Nội in particular and the northern region in general,” BT Tee, general manager of UBM VES, the organiser said.
Like in previous editions, MTA HANOI 2017 continues to receive staunch support from various international associations, with seven country and territories group pavilions from South Korea (four groups), Singapore, Taiwan (China) and Thailand.
Michael Wang, general manager of Beijing Jingdao Việt Nam said: “Our participation in MTA events over the years has enabled us to reach out to Việt Nam’s evolving manufacturing sector. We have noted that Việt Nam’s manufacturing capability has grown and as such, its increased appetite for more high-value machinery and solutions.”
MTA HANOI 2017 will also have seminars, interactive workshops and lively panel debates on some of the current issues affecting the manufacturing and precision engineering sectors. A wide range of topics will be discussed at the seminars, including new paths to the fourth industrial revolution, Internet of Things (IoT) and smart manufacturing; technological trends and practical applications of Industry 4.0; industrial safety and security solutions; and intellectual property protection in the new era of the industrial revolution.
MTA HANOI 2017 is being organised by UBM VES – Việt Nam’s leading trade exhibition and conference organiser – and supported by the VCCI Exhibition Service. — VNS